MAINE, Maine — One storm has shifted away, numerous icy and snowy spots remain though so drive safely this morning. The big story today will be the cold. Highs only make it up to 15-20, but wind will make it feel much colder.
The cold stays with us tomorrow, after starting the day subzero, highs get to about 20. Clouds will increase ahead of our next storm.
Low pressure will take a similar track as the last storm and the results will be similar too. Most will see another 6 or so inches. The snow starts late in the afternoon and evening, thumps through the night and ends early Sunday morning.
Another blast of Arctic air is expected next week. Temps will remain very cold Monday through Thursday. It does look like a storm-free stretch though.
Have a good weekend.